Radeon Graphics helps gamers outlive the dead in World War Z

Today, gamers worldwide begin their battle to survive through ravenous hordes of the undead in World War Z. AMD and Saber Interactive have worked together to ensure Radeon gamers will have the optimum experience as they take down the merciless swarms of zombies growing across the globe.

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Even better, gamers taking advantage of Radeon graphics cards will have access to Day-0 support with Radeon Adrenalin Edition 19.4.2 and have access to the latest features, including:

  • Outstanding Performance – AMD Radeon graphics cards easily deliver exceptional performance at 1080p, 1440p, and 4K with DirectX 11 and Vulkan.
  • Shader Intrinsics – A direct, low-level connection from World War Z to your GPU minimizes code abstraction and improves the overall speed and performance of Radeon GPUs.
  • Rapid Packed Math and Async Compute – AMD Radeon graphics cards provide improved GPU utilization, input latency, efficiency and performance via Rapid Packed Math and Async Compute, allowing Radeon GPUs to achieve higher framerates and visual fidelity.

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Radeon fans dying to experience every horrific detail in World War Z need look no further than the ever-growing Radeon FreeSync ecosystem, with over 700 displays available in the market. With FreeSync, gamers can experience pixel-perfect, crystal clear, stutter- and tear-free images throughout Saber Interactive’s post-apocalyptic warzone.

World War Z is now available on Windows PC via the Epic Games Store, PlayStation®4, and Xbox One.

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